13OpeningCrucialSets the toneNeed to grab audience
14Types of Openings Preview Ask a question Ask a rhetorical question Pose a hypothetical situationDescribe something new or dramaticMake a startling statement
15Delivery of a Good Presentation Be enthusiasticUse body languageTalk to the audienceDress appropriately
16Closing the Presentation Too important to wing itA speech is like a love affair; any fool can start one but to end it requires considerable skill. - Lord Mancraft ( )Last chance to tell what to know and doDirect, brief, and strong
17Closing Styles Summarize Call to action Anecdote or story Rhetorical question
18Summary Elements of a good presentation Be clear about its purpose.Prepare.Have an attention-getting opening.Make the content organized and interesting.Be enthusiastic.Talk to the audience.Have a memorable closing.
19Are you prepared to do an effective oral presentation?